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Conditioning & Learning WELCOME!
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Outline Course Overview Review Syllabus Personal Policies Introductions
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Course Overview What is C&L Approach Lecture 3 exams (none comprehensive)
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Syllabus Review Basic Information Schedule 1 online class date (Nov 22) Grading 3 multiple-choice exams Throw out poorly-designed questions No curves, but will bring highest exam grade to 100%, thus increasing all exam scores by the difference between highest score & 100%
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PSYC 830:311:06  Conditioning & Learning  Fall 2010        Schedule & Location of Class :   Mondays & Wednesdays 6:40-8:00pm, EN-B120 (Engineering bldg # 3558, Busch Campus)    Instructor :    Dr. Joanne Hash-Converse  Office location : 112 Paterson St Rm 420, NB (Institute for Health), College Ave Campus  Office hours : by appointment only  Email [email protected]    Phone:  932-732-3105, ext 21309    Teaching Assistant.   Kai Lu  Office location : Psychology Building Room 332, Busch Campus  Office hours : 2-6pm Tue  Email [email protected]        Text : Domjan, M. (2009).  The   Principles of Learning and Behavior.  (6th Ed). New York: Wadsworth Publishing.  (available at NJ Books)    Sakai site.  01:830:311:06 F10 C&L    Course Overview:  Conditioning and Learning is a broad, dynamic field dedicated to exploring the  biological, psychological, and social aspects of learned behavior. This course will provide a strong 
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